Kidblog Membership Process

Kidblog Membership Process

The Kidblog membership process demonstrates how blogging across a school or district begins with one teacher, bringing the benefits of blogging to his or her students. Learn where you fit in the process below. 30-Day Free Trial Use Kidblog with your students for 30 days, free of charge. This is a full-featured trial, where you

The Kidblog membership process demonstrates how blogging across a school or district begins with one teacher, bringing the benefits of blogging to his or her students. Learn where you fit in the process below. 30-Day Free Trial Use Kidblog with your students for 30 days, free of charge. This is a full-featured trial, where you... read more

ISTE 2018 #notatISTE

ISTE 2018 #notatISTE

Many Kidblog teachers are getting excited to attend (or present at) the ISTE18 conference hosted in Chicago! ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) is a nonprofit membership association for educators focused on educational technology. The ISTE conference is “the place where educator-tested strategies come together with proven resources for transforming learning and teaching.” The brightest

Many Kidblog teachers are getting excited to attend (or present at) the ISTE18 conference hosted in Chicago! ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) is a nonprofit membership association for educators focused on educational technology. The ISTE conference is “the place where educator-tested strategies come together with proven resources for transforming learning and teaching.” The brightest... read more

Password Best Practices

Password Best Practices

You trust Kidblog to create a safe, secure space for your students. How do you ensure your students’ passwords are strong enough? When teachers create student accounts, they often establish a basic or shared password that can be easily distributed and remembered by students. This is a great way to get students logged in for the first time. But these initial passwords present security concerns when users know (or can guess) other users’ passwords.

You trust Kidblog to create a safe, secure space for your students. How do you ensure your students' passwords are strong enough? When teachers create student accounts, they often establish a basic or shared password that can be easily distributed and remembered by students. This is a great way to get students logged in for the first time. But these initial passwords present security concerns when users know (or can guess) other users' passwords.... read more

Connections Discoverability

Connections Discoverability

Students are motivated to write with power and passion when they know their words are being heard. Connecting with classrooms provides your students an authentic audience. Kidblog now provides a way to easily locate active classes, similar to yours, right in your class settings. Whether you are brand new to Kidblog, or have been using

Students are motivated to write with power and passion when they know their words are being heard. Connecting with classrooms provides your students an authentic audience. Kidblog now provides a way to easily locate active classes, similar to yours, right in your class settings. Whether you are brand new to Kidblog, or have been using... read more

Kidblog Podcast: Ditching the red pen with digital feedback

Kidblog Podcast: Ditching the red pen with digital feedback

This is the third in our Kidblog Podcast Series where we will be exploring a variety of topics related to classroom blogging. We created this specific podcast for any and all education professionals searching for ideas on improving/updating formative assessment techniques in elementary schools.   Timestamps: 1:42 Matthew Intro: Matthew Carrington discusses his education, current role

This is the third in our Kidblog Podcast Series where we will be exploring a variety of topics related to classroom blogging. We created this specific podcast for any and all education professionals searching for ideas on improving/updating formative assessment techniques in elementary schools.   Timestamps: 1:42 Matthew Intro: Matthew Carrington discusses his education, current role... read more

Kidblog Podcast: Cross curricular blogging

Kidblog Podcast: Cross curricular blogging

This is the second in our Kidblog Podcast Series where we will be exploring a variety of topics related to classroom blogging. This series will feature authentic opinions and experiences of some of our most successful Kidblog users. We created this specific podcast for any and all education professionals interested in learning more about implementing

This is the second in our Kidblog Podcast Series where we will be exploring a variety of topics related to classroom blogging. This series will feature authentic opinions and experiences of some of our most successful Kidblog users. We created this specific podcast for any and all education professionals interested in learning more about implementing... read more

Student Successes: Becoming an independent blogger

Student Successes: Becoming an independent blogger

I have been using Kidblog in my Spanish classes for a couple of years. Students are either asked to respond to a theme using the related chapter vocabulary and grammar, or write on one of the topics I suggest for them weekly. Students have grown to love using Kidblog as a way to improve their

I have been using Kidblog in my Spanish classes for a couple of years. Students are either asked to respond to a theme using the related chapter vocabulary and grammar, or write on one of the topics I suggest for them weekly. Students have grown to love using Kidblog as a way to improve their... read more